Physical Education Courses (HS)

PE102 – Recreation Fitness/Health (Grades 9-12)

Intended for students in Grades 9-12, this course emphasizes basic skill development in all areas of sports, games, and fitness. The course provides more specific and individualized instruction with a decreased level of intense competition. The classroom health component addresses Arizona State Standards for high school health education, including fitness, nutrition, disease prevention, personal health behaviors, and many others in an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle both physically and mentally.

PE103 – Sports/Physical Education (Grades 8-9)

Intended for students in Grades 8 and 9, this class offers a higher level of competition and skill development than PE001 or PE102. Previous athletic experience or participation in team sports is preferred.

PE104 – Sports/Physical Education (Grades 10-12)

Intended for students in Grades 10-12, this class offers a higher level of competition and skill development than PE103. Previous athletic experience or participation in team sports is preferred. Prerequisite: Consultation with instructor

PE105 – Yoga/Health (Grades 9-12)

This class will explore practices such as yoga postures, breathing exercises, core strengthening, deep relaxation and meditation techniques. Students will dress out and will be expected to participate daily. Student achievement in this course will be measured through participation, posture/pose assessment, projects, and demonstrations.

PE106 – Weight Lifting (Grades 10-12)

Weight training is a class for upper class male and female students interested in personal fitness. Class is capped at 14 students. Students will learn proper form and basic physiology while performing workouts designed to their specific need/goals.

PE107 – Sports Performance/Medicine (Grades 10-12)

Sports Medicine/Sports Performance is a class offered 7th Period that will be instructed by a certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) in Partnership with Northern AZ Healthcare and Flagstaff Sports Institute. This course will count as PE elective credit towards graduation. The course focuses on enhanced physical training to increase athletic performance. This course also will have anatomy and physiology components included and can serve as an introductory into medical fields of study. The contracted course instructor will also be on staff at NPA as a certified Athletic Trainer for NPA home games and practices for all sports protecting student athlete safety. Note: Priority will be given to juniors and seniors